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Enter to Win a Bottle of Azure Naturals Ultimate C Skin Repair Serum

I'm kicking off a giveaway for Azure Naturals! 
Want a chance to win one of three bottles of vitamin C serum? Keep reading to find out how to enter (bottom of post). Enter by August 14 at midnight for a chance to win!

I have been using a vitamin C serum for a few months, since I first had a chance to review a product through Tomoson. I honestly don't know if it does anything for my skin since I don't necessarily see any major changes, but I feel like I'm doing good things and helping my skin stay youthful and healthy as I approach 40.

Azure Naturals offered a bottle of their Ultimate C Skin Repair Serum for me to try and I made sure to give it a few weeks before reviewing. With these types of products, there isn't going to be a miracle cure, overnight magic, all-powerful change. It's more about preventing future issues, helping your skin age gracefully, and staying healthy. What I look for is whether my skin reacts, do I break out, is there a smell or residue, and do I have any problems wearing makeup after applying a serum.

With Azure Naturals, I liked that it was super easy to use. The dropper doesn't drip unless I squeeze it (these little things matter). The bottle color is dark, which will help keep the vitamin C stay fresher longer with less impact from the light. I prefer pump products, but I think most of these serums come in this dropper apothecary style bottle, so it's fine.

I didn't break out. I didn't have redness. I didn't react negatively at all. It's so easy to apply and absorbs quickly that I use it every day, sometimes twice because it's such an easy part of my skincare routine. I'd like to add it to my husband's homemade aftershave, but I'm still researching the safest and best way to make that at home.

I still have plenty left and I'll keep using it until I'm out. Then, I suppose I need to decide whether to buy it again and it this point, I can't see why I wouldn't.

Want a chance to win a bottle of Azure Naturals vitamin C serum? See below for details!

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Note: I received a bottle of vitamin C serum for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. Thanks for the giveaway and great review! I am a new fan!

  2. Came from Bella's Blog- Hope I win

    1. and I've never tried any type of serums but would love to start!

  3. Vitamin C does wonders for my skin and it gives me boosts of energy! ----Jenna Jones

  4. I find that when I do use those serums or any kind of Vitamin C product my skin has a certain glow to it and it's firmer.

  5. I haven't used any serums like that yet but definitely would love to try. Thank you for the chance. Jessica Schenck

  6. No I haven't tried any yet! :( Cherisse Schenck

  7. I've never tried any facial products with vitamin C in it, it sounds really nice I would love to give it a try. Thanks for the opportunity! Sarah LeMay

  8. I haven't tried this, but would love to! Thanks for the chance!


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